Inky 3

Send encrypted emails using your current email provider

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Andrew B. Goldberg@abgoldberg · Lead Developer & Senior Scientist, Inky
I'm one of Inky's core developers. Thanks for the support Product Hunt! We're really excited to bring end-to-end encryption for email to everyone, on any device, without complicated setup. Digital signatures are also built-in, so your friends can trust mail is from you and avoid phishing scams. This new version also features many new usability enhancements and rock solid push notification support for new mail. We've posted a detailed white paper about the cryptography details if you're into that: http://inky.com/secure (link to PDF is down the page a little)
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · Words @ProductHunt & @AngelList
Looks Useful 🔐
qewler@qewler · Head of product, Unamo.com
And I was wondering what's going on with these guys 😉 they're back
Fritz Rodriguez Jr.@fritzsbm · Founder/Lead Developer - SBM
Very promising and something we need nowadays!
Eric WillisHunter@erictwillis · Working on something new
Allows you to send encrypted emails using ANY email provider.
Michael Minter@mothore · Senior Software Engineer
@erictwillis Only if recipient is registered on Inky.
Andrew B. Goldberg@abgoldberg · Lead Developer & Senior Scientist, Inky
@mothore @erictwillis Yes, for the automatic and convenient key management, both parties do need to use Inky. However, it is all based on S/MIME, and we offer the ability to export your certs for use in other clients.